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Local swimmers set records

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Middle Peninsula Swim League record breakers from the Urbanna Swim Team are, from left, Allison Payne, Sarah Grace Hurley, Taylor Shores, Jordan Walton, Brittin Payne and Hannah Loftis. (Photo by Larry Chowning)
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Middle Peninsula Swim League record setters from the Deltaville Swim Team are, from left, Hunter Banks, Tristan O’Neil, Makenzie Fletcher, Owen Holt and Matt Heimburger. Not pictured is Zach Hagen.
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Record setting swimmer Andy Snow of Deltaville.
Several swimmers from the Deltaville Sharks and Urbanna Barracudas set new league records during the recently-completed Middle Peninsula Swim League season.

Those events and records are:

  • 13-14 year old, 200-meter freestyle relay, 2:20.44, Sarah Grace Hurley, Hannah Loftis, Allison Payne and Taylor Shores (Urbanna).
  • 15 and over, 200-meter freestyle relay, 1:55.94, Andy Snow, Owen Holt, Tristan O’Neil and Zachary Hagen (Deltaville).
  • 11-12 year old, 50-meter individual freestyle, 31.91, Makenzie Fletcher (Deltaville).
  • 13-14 year old, 50-meter individual freestyle, 29.95, Jordan Walton (Urbanna).
  • 11-12 year old, 50-meter breaststroke, 39.39, Taylor Shores (Urbanna).
  • 13-14 year old, 50-meter breaststroke, 38.19, Taylor Shores (Urbanna).
  • 13-14 year old, 50-meter backstroke, 36.00, Jordan Walton (Urbanna).
  • 13-14 year old, 50-meter butterfly, 33.77, Jordan Walton (Urbanna).
  • 13-14 year old, 200-meter medley relay, 2:30.33, Allison Payne, Taylor Shores, Jordan Walton and Brittin Payne (Urbanna).
  • 15 and over, 200-meter medley relay, 2:16.04, Matt Heimburger, Owen Holt, Hunter Banks and Tristan O’Neil (Deltaville).

Jordan Walton’s new 50-meter freestyle record broke a record that has been standing for 10 years.

The philosophy of the Middle Peninsula Swim League is to provide a positive competitive atmosphere that fosters sportsmanship and encourages good swimming techniques.

posted 08.26.2009

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